Beetleloop Guest House

Address: 25 Beetleloop, Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, 1200, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 25 Beetleloop, Nelspruit, is near Alanglade House Museum, Blyderivierspoort Hiking Trail, and Gone Fishin' Activity & Dive Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Nelspruit

    The Canyon

    A travel blog entry by amy.spicer on Mar 29, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Hi Amy,
    Today we drove south again, away from the big park. It was a beautiful road about 1400 meters high. I saw a Canyon. You probably wonder what that is. It is a big crack in the earth between the mountains. This one was amazing. Close by was a small market where they were selling stuff. I wanted to have a look and the girl showed me a few things. She had the same colour jumper as I
    so I jumped on her shoulder and Richard took my picture.
    bye Amy until ...

    Lions and Rhino and Braais... Oh My!

    A travel blog entry by timandnomes on Nov 27, 2012

    2 comments, 52 photos

    ... wee boy who couldn’t really believe the mountain of presents he had received. He was pretty content with the first which was a Thomas the Tank Engine electric guitar that he didn’t put down the whole day. After feeling ridiculously spoiled and well looked after we were dropped off at Jo’burg airport to meet Nomie’s parents. Yeeeey! The next adventure began.


    We hired a car and hit the road again to Kruger national park ...

    Asbestos and Industrial Archaeology

    A travel blog entry by roberton on Nov 20, 2012

    8 photos

    ... buildings still look over town. Some have been removed wholesale - salvaged or scrapped - but many remain, in various states of dilapidation. It's still possible to work out the refining process from the relics. In brief, the ore was ground-up and the Asbestos separated by blowing - like chaff from wheat. Most of the men who died of asbestosis worked in this building. Anything bulky came and went on the cableway, which runs over the border to Barberton in South ...

    2012_June_26 Sudwala Caves and Elephants

    A travel blog entry by larryrox2 on Jun 26, 2012

    3 photos

    ... a "saddle blanket" might have been advisable. But they lumbered along with a keeper riding in front of us for about 20 minutes through the brush. At one point, there's a small downhill section to the path we took and they can bounce you a bit. The guide said to just rock as if your in a rocking chair. Fortunately, neither of us fell off. One guide said that if you did, the elephant would stop, pick you up with his trunk, and put you back on. ...

    2012_June_20 Lower Sabie region

    A travel blog entry by larryrox2 on Jun 20, 2012

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... get there attention. Don't have any idea when that'll happen. If you got to this entry (and all subsequent ones) "larryrox2", it's because we couldn't work around the password issue and set up a "parallel" blog.)

    This day didn't look promising. We had broken skies and a bit cooler morning. Thank heaven we're in a minivan (with no heat and broken wipers) as opposed to the poor souls in those "game viewer" vehicles. At least we don't have to wrap up ...